Samsung today announced the launch of its Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4 Plus laptops in the UK.
“By combining stylish design, performance and value, the models are ideal for those looking for a portable, reliable and cost-effective device to keep up with everyday life,” the South Korean tech giant said in a statement.
Samsung’s new Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4 Plus share some specifications, such as processor type, random access memory size (RAM), and color.
The two computers contain an Intel Celeron N4000 processor, which was launched in 2017, and contain 4 GB of random access memory (RAM) of the LPDDR4 type.
The Chromebook 4 – which comes with a thickness of 16.7 mm and weighs 1.18 kg – offers an 11.6-inch screen with HD resolution. The computer comes with a body made of plastic. It offers 32GB internal storage and a 720p webcam. This computer will sell for £ 299.
The Chromebook 4 Plus – which comes with a thickness of 16.5 mm and weighs 1.69 kg – it offers a 15.6-inch screen with FHD resolution, and the internal storage memory comes with a capacity of 32 GB, or 64 GB. It’s available at £ 349.99 for the 32GB option, and £ 379 for the 64GB option.
The two computers come with a USB-C port that allows charging the phone, in addition to transferring data at a rate of up to 5 gigabits per second. The two computers can be connected to a 4K screen.
Because the two computers are running ChromeOS, they support access to Google services and its various applications, and Android applications can also be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
Samsung’s new Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4 Plus come with the Google Assistant smart phone.
This, and the two computers can be purchased in the United Kingdom from today, Wednesday, through the official website of Samsung.